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The idea and focus for this hackathon is to find creative ways to merge technology and Health & Wellness, to benefit residents in the Westside areas of Atlanta. So if you are passionate about serving and creating driven tech solutions, this hackathon is for you! Let's not forget to mention there is a CASH PRIZE for the 1st place winner!! Register today! Link in our bio! 🔥🔥🔥 #BelieveAtlanta
A recent website expansion we created for @onwarddisplay
They required a new website that focuses on exhibitions, which is one of their speciality services. Whilst keeping consistency with the main website theme.
What's OOP? It's a very famous concept in programming, and basically what it means is that you write your program as in the form of "Objects" which has some data and methods to manipulate the data set.
The object created has some data and functions that are used for the data in the objects, that could be beneficial to make an object not being dependent on any outside function or method.
Why is OOP important?
As you write complex code and program gets longer, you'd have a lot of data and functions scattered around in your code which could be messy sometimes, it's called "spaghetti code", which is something that you always avoid.
So what OOP does is that it helps you make certain objects that are defined for a certain data type, they are not dependent on any outside data set or functions, which let's you divide your program into "Objects". There is more to OOP than this which I'd talk about later in the next post!
Hey Devs, wanted to post super quick since it’s been a while and I have to get ready for work (meetings allllll day). 🤓
Finally wrapping up on the Special Olympics website I’ve been working on pro bono. It came out really nice and felt good to really focus on dev again (PHP not so much JS but it’s still coding). This picture is me working on it at the Slalom Hartford office. Had to test some things on a tv screen because that’s how part of the site will be displayed during the events. .
We had an amazing launch for my new app @givvem. Over a hundred downloads and sign ups on both iOS and Android the first night. Now we are refining and getting our pitch deck ready for Series A. This is the most exciting project I’ve been a part of because we are moving at a rapid pace. Me and my partner are focused on the prize, no distractions, just getting things done and that’s how we got an app live in a little over 3 months. 💪🏼📱
Feel free to download Givvem on the App Store and DM me some feedback 😁. .
What are you looking forward to this weekend? #100daysofcode
What up! Here a book I read at the moment #cleancode by Robert C. Martin. It’s about testing, write and read good code and so much other stuff to be a better programmer.
What are you currently reading?
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Post by @marcusmichaels Chair so soft, it’s armless 💺 #badpuns
You’re right, that joke was a bit of stretch but I’ll allow it 😏 I’ve got a new office chair... finally.
Fully adjustable and padded, my back is thanking me as I type. However, if you couldn’t tell by my terrible pun it’s still missing a couple of key fixtures. Armrests ☹️ there weren’t any in stock so that’s next on the upgrade list 🔜
Now, back to the text editor. I’m working on some more React bits today ⚛️
FUN FACT: if you have Python 3 installed and need to spin up a local server, all you have to do is open your Terminal and type ‘python3 -m http.server’ 💻
If you read this far, what’s your favourite colour? 😄
The personal information of 10.6 million guests who stayed at MGM Resorts hotels was hacked last summer. The stolen information was posted to a hacking forum this week. The data exposed included names, address, and passport numbers for former guests.
MGM said it was "confident" no financial information had been exposed. The resort chain said it was unable to say exactly how many people were impacted because information that was exposed might be duplicated. “Last summer, we discovered unauthorized access to a cloud server that contained a limited amount of information for certain previous guests of MGM Resorts. We are confident that no financial, payment card or password data was involved in this matter," a spokesperson for MGM Resorts said. Among the people who were impacted included celebrities like Justin Bieber and Twitter founder Jack Dorsey. MGM would not confirm this. 'Phonebook information' MGM said most of the data that was stole was "phonebook information" like names, telephone numbers and email addresses, which are already publicly available.
But approximately 1,300 former guests were notified that more sensitive information including passport numbers had been revealed. A further 52,000 customers were told that less sensitive personal information was exposed. This was only a portion of those impacted. MGM said its notification to customers followed state laws. Most US states do not require companies to tell customers if data which is already public has been exposed during a hack. MGM has resorts in Las Vegas, Atlantic City and Detroit in the US. #cybersecurity#infosec#computerscience#computerengineering#riskmanagement#encryption#IoT#AI#dataprotection#privacy#hacking#hacker#pentest#tech#datascience#code#coding#python#php#linux#java#webdev#programming#programmer#webdeveloper#digital#cloud#technology#security
Music: Aphex Twin, Bucephalus bouncing ball
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HTML é a sigla para Hypertext Markup Language que, em português, significa algo como Linguagem de Marcação de Hipertexto.
Ao contrário do que se costuma pensar, o HTML não é uma linguagem de programação. Isso significa que não é possível desenvolver páginas com recursos dinâmicos. Em vez disso, ela permite organizar e formatar apenas documentos em texto, criar páginas estáticas com elementos básicos como parágrafos, cabeçalhos, links, trechos de citação e conteúdos multimídia.
Welcome on board, #hamburg ! One student joins our next batch from this beautiful city. The "Elbphilharmonie" or #elphi is a perfect example of the modern thinking in Hamburg. #Startups are popping up, big companies are shifting towards modern technologies and #WebDevelopers are highly needed!
Did you know long keywords have significantly less search volume?
Following on from the study we shared yesterday, Backlinko also looked into the impact of keyword lengths to show some fascinating insights.
1 82 hours ago
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As a software developer you have these challenges where a helper tool can save you some time during a development phase. I encourage you to build these tools, if you kind of know what you need and if you can save more time than developing the helper tool. Not only will you have a positive return on investment but with these side projects you learn a lot. All of them had purpose for me and might be beneficial for others. All of them took me less than a day to develop and saved at least a day.
Here are my top three server applications i build over the last year:
The Python love: - Its grammatical readability is awesome.
It has a fast learning curve for newcomers.
It boasts a long-lasting, solid ecosystem of libraries & community
It's now the standard language for data science & machine learning.
It powers great dev tools like Pelican, a neat static blog generator.
Let me know why do you use Python? 🐍
📷: @jakobowsky 🔁
First of all, I want to thank you all for the positive feedback on the recent YouTube video, it means a lot! 🤗🔥
I’m already planning the next one. 👨💻 I was thinking of doing a small series called “What is” where I would release videos on “What is a Closure?”, “What is the 'this' keyword?” and stuff like that. What do you think? 😅
I get a lot of DM’s about HTML/CSS. 💯 Would you also be interested in some practical videos on how to build a Card, full-screen mobile menu, implement a dribble layout and such? Or would you prefer videos on how Flexbox works for example? Let me know ⬇️
For now, just keep progressing on the NodeJS course by Andrew Mead ✌🏼
What project are you currently working on? 📷: @mikelinsi
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Today, I attended an all day company culture / introduction session. (I tried hiding behind my 3 monitors but they eventually found me 😅)
To be fair, it was interesting learning about different part of the organisation that I didn’t know existed (yes, there is a world beyond software development 😂).
We did lots of group activities throughout the day. The one activity that marked me though, was the ice breaker about sharing an embarrassing story with the group... You wouldn’t imagine some of the stories.. Let’s say that I’m glad I’m a Software Engineer 😄
Now it’s your turn, tell me an embarrassing story that happened to you ❗️
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New hair yeeeiii!!! 🥳🥳🥳
I took this picture on Saturday... I don't work on the floor 🤣 the router was in front of me so I needed more signal.✨✨✨